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JANUARY 7, 1885
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vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Latest telegraphic news on outside
Mr. 0. Leinenweber returned from
There "were seventy-three marriages in
Clatsop county ini'84.
The Chescbrouqh is to bo hovo dovrn
and repaired at Portland.
Jeff's new saloon, the Telephone, will
be ready for ocoupanoy on the 1st of
Tho Fleetwood camo down in good time
yesterday, landing her passengers shortly
after 1 o'clock.
Charles Kinsley, engineer of tho Wild
wood, did at Olympia December 27th.
He kad been sick several weeks with ty
A 13-yoar-old girl named Tillio Sylves
ter was run over by a train at Portland
tast Monday and received injuries re
sulting in her doath in a few hours.
The biggest break of logs reported bo
far is that of Hartley's in the Cowlitz.
About 5,000,000 feet broke looso and are
pilod along in ovory shape from Cathla
mot this way.
An O. fc C. train struck a woakoned
trestle at Salem last Monday and fell
through, causing light injury to tho em
ployes, none to the passengers, but badly
breaking up tho rolling stock.
A codfish resembling muchly tho "gon
uino" oastorn JcodGsh was lately caught
in a pool on tho beach near Ilwaco. It
weighed twonty-five pounds. There are
plenty more off shore where that ono
The Columbia arrived in at ono yes
terday afternoon and left up. She re
ports south wind and thick weather from
Mendocino north. Tho Oregon oame
down and blocked at tho Main street
wharf. She loaves out at ono this after
noon. Tho "VVillametto is reported booming
and dwellers along its banks are fearful
of a flood. Tho sudden melting of the
snow has filled'ovory rill. Reports from
the upper river allay any fears as to an
oxtonsive flood. Tho ico gorgo abovo
the mouth of tho Willamette had not
broken up to midnight Monday.
Astoria Council No. 995, American
Legion of Honor, held theirannual meet
ing last evening and elected the following
efficers: B. S. Worsley, P. C: J. C. Trul
linger, C; Mrs. F. Sherman, V. 0.; F. A.
Fisher, O.; C. Gratko, G.; R. V. Mon
teith, S. G.; G. A. Stinson, T.; Mrs. H.
Trullinger. collector; Mrs. "Wagner, chap
lain; M. "Wise, sentinel; J. Kipp, O. G.
Tho farmers in tho Nehalem valley
have discovered that their soil is pecu
liarly adapted to the cultivation of hops,
and are making their arrangements to
go into tho business quite extonsively.
Many of them are confident that the
valley will ultimately rival the celebrated
Puyallnp valley of Washington territory
in the production of hops. The Nehalem
valley is one of the most promising sec
tions in western Oregon for immigra
tion. The high wind from the south last
Monday night blew down the new wharf
of tho Clatsop Mill Co., on which was
about 150 M of lumber. The wharf which
was 00x90 feet, was completely broken
down, but, fortunately, tho flood tide
sent most of tho lumber in a solid bunch
on the shore below tho Tongue Point
buoy depot. Tho loss is between $4,000
and $5,000. Two steamers and a scow
wore set to work yesterday afternoon,
and the lumber will be secured without
much additional damage.
A special meeting of tho chamber of
oommerce was held last evening, tho sub
ject being tho consideration of proposed
amendments to tho city oharter, a synop
sis of which has already appeared in
these columns. The amendments re
ceived almost unanimous assent, and
when oomDleted will be riven irabli ca
tion. P. G. Eastwick, assistant engineer
on the Columbia bar improvement, was
present and addressed the chamber, his
statements being to tho effect that he was
here to reoeive bids for the construction
of a wharf, four stone barges, the sup
plying of 20,000 lineal feet piles, 25,000
tons stone, which begins the work of im
proving tne Uolumbia river bar. He nas
full plans and specifications at hia office
at the custom house, and would be clad
to see any one desirous of bidding for the
wnole or any portion of tne supply called
ior. mo meeting men aajournea.
The impression in certain circles in
Portland is that tho U. S. senatorship is
is for salo and that a prominent banker
of that city is willing to put np for tho
prize. Among the rumors afloat tho Wel
come catches the follewing: "A senatori
al aspirant has arranged, as a strategic
policy, with a sufficient number of Dem
ocratic country members to go into can
ons and nominate a straight Democratic
candidate, and hold for him tho full par
ty voto on joint ballot till the proper
time to "break," when his ten or twelve
Democratic friends are to nnito with the
Republicans standing in with him. Wo
hear of no provision for the contingency
that might arise if southern and eastern
Oregon should "double bank" on Port
land and oenter on some granger east of
tho mountains, as is hinted up there. We
are not advised of those interests having
yet made preparations to organize a
"kitchen," but if they mean business,
they will have to hand around tho cigars,
at least Bee Holladay's stylo haB great
ly enlarged tho importance of the aver
ago member in his own eyes, especially
at BesaionB when U. S. senatorial candi
dates aro plenty."
Attention Knights !
AH members of Pacific Lodco No. 17.
K. of P. are requested to meet at their
Castle Ilall on Friday evening, Jan. 9th,
1885, as installation of officers will Like
Elace, and business of importance is to
o transacted. Sojourning Brothers are
cordially invited to attend.
By order C. C.
W. A. SriEBMAN, K. of R and S.
Temple Ijedjce No. 7 F. and A. M.
Jf embers of Temple Lodge No. 7, F.
and A. K. and sojourning brethren aro
requested to meet at their hall, at 12:30
to-day, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of their late brother, M. M. Gil
man. By order W, II,
CIBCUIT COUBT rKOCEEDIXGS.
January G, 16S1.
Tatlob, F. J.
ThcJanuary term of tho circuit court was
begun in duo and ancient form yesterday
at 9 o'clock a. jr., by sheriff Boss. J. D.
Higgins was sworn as bailiff of the court;
T. Boolliug appointed as bailiff for grand
jury. D. E. Peaso was appointed fore
man of tho grand jury, which consists of
the following members: D: E. Pease, Jas.
Bell, E. C. Crow, A. H. Salo, C. H. Bain,
J. F. Nowlen, H. O. Harrison.
Tho reading of tho docket then began,
resulting in the disposition of the follow
Olney vs. Warren; continued.
P. Porretta vs. E.W. Sehlin; dismissed.
J. G. Elliott vs. Otto Peters et al; con
tinued. Barry vs. Hume et al; continued.
Mrs. Wallman vs. Brown; continued.
Mrs. Wallman vs. George Smith; con
W. V. Parker vs. Hansen Bros; dis
missed. P. Porretta vs. Wm. Humo; dismissed.
Meo Kin vs. Qoung Yung Gee; dis
missed. Bozorth & Johns vs. F. P. Hennossy;
Geo. Grenier va. the Susan Dee; dis
missed. James Turk vs. Captain Nichels: de
murrer to complaint sustained. Allowed
till to-day to amend.
A. W. TWrr -ra. fJ. W. XV XT -pnV..-.
decision by judge, dismissing complaint.
ju. iu. unmos vs. nos. waisiey et al;
default askod for as to Thomas nnd Su
J. w. uoarnartvs. uoaniJIanchard; de
fault asked for and judgment.
J. C. Trnllinfrnr ts- tha Susan. fW? nl.
lowed till Friday to reply.
jury excused, tin inursday morning.
Ram Tfnrria va. A H. Shnw inilirmont
for costs for dofendant allowed.
State vs. Jas. Turk; motion to dismiss
Court adjourned till 9 this morning.
DEATH OF CAPT. X. K. GILXA5.
Oapt. M. M. Gilman died at his resi
dence on Main street in this city at half
past six yesterday morning, in the 75th
year of his age. Tho news of his death
will bo read with regret by thousands all
over the northwost who havo pleasant
reoollootions of the genial old gentleman
who battled so long and so bravely againBt
the cruel disease that at last triumphed
over his enfeebled frame.
Milton M. Gilman was born in Hallo-
well, Maine, November, 1810; ho came to
Oregon in 1850 in command of the bark
Louisana, having in 1839 visited tho
coast of California on a trading vovage.
He commenced his career aB a sailor
when he was 12 years of ago. An event
in bis mo which may interest many old
Californians is the fact that ho sailed on
tho ship Niantic from the timo she was
launched for sixteen years, this vessel
having, in 1819, been broken np in San
Francisco and tho hotel of that name
built on her hull. He settled in Astoria
in 1851, and was engaged in piloting ves
sels on the Columbia from that timo to
1833, then retiring from active service.
Captain Gilman was so well known in
Astoria that any eulogy of him is almost
unnecessary. As men are measured by
their fellowmen ho filled the measure.
Only those who have known him inti
mately know of his high standard of
duty toward his fellowmen and his
kind and affectionate nature to those
who had daily intercourse with him.
During his last illness, which was pro
tracted and harrassinc from the nature
of the sickness, be exhibited a sublime
resignation to his condition and its cer
tain fatal termination, and never during
this timo did he by word or act in the
most remote degreo lessen tho sympathy
and kind feelincs which was felt for him
by thoso who contributed to his comfort
and welfare. Mo made all earthly prep
aration for his future, and no one who
has faith in the promises of tbo Savior
can feel any doubt of his entering that
oelestial port whero instead of tho roar
of tho ocean and tho dashing of tho
waves on a rock-bound coast, will be
heard heavenly anthems sung by angelic
T. T. C.
The funeral will take place from Grnco
Episcopal church at 1 o'clock this after
noon, under tho auspices of Temple
Lodge No. 7, A. F. and A. M. The re
mains will be interred in tho cemetery on
H. Gibson, a sailor from the British
bark Embleton, made complaint yester
day before Deputy 17. S. Commissioner
J. O. Bozorlh, charging P. J. Paynton,
master of that vessel, with griovous bod
ily injury to ono Antoino, a sailor who
died on board that vessel on tho 27th of
December. The oaptaia was arrested,
waived examination, and gave bonds in
the sum of 31,000 to appear for trial in
Portland. Gibson, the complainant, in
defanlt of $100 bonds was plaood in jail.
In brief, his charge against Capt. Payn-
toil is mai va uocemooi Jiia juximno
was sick with the fever; that the captain
dragged him from his bunk, beat kim
with a rope's end, and made him take
his trick at tha wheel; that the sext day
he did tho same thing; that Antoino
dropped at the wheel, and that he, (Gib
son) and tho ship's carpenter picked him
up to carry him to the forecastle; that
before they got him to the forecastle
Antoino was dead.
Tke Qua Lair.
"Every person who shall within tke
state of Oregon between January 1st and
July 15th of each year take, kill, injure
or destroy, or have in his possession, sell
or offer for sale any grouso, pheasant,
quail or partridge, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor. Also, every person who
shall within tho state at any time after
tke passage of this act, not or ensnare
or .attempt to trap net or ensnare any
quail or bob white, pr&irie chicken,
grouse or pheasant, or nave in his pos
session any of the above shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor. The violation of the
above law is punishable by a fino of not
less than $10 nor more than 2300; also
by imprisonment in the county jail.
Bucklcn's Amlea Salvo.
The Best 3at.vk in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, SorcsJJlcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed te give
?erfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
rice 25 cents per box. Fer sale by Y7.
E. Dement & Co.
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar shingles A full M guaranteed in
Tho most stylish Neckwear, Lace
Handkerchiefs and Worsted knit goods
at the Empire Store.
The Elcfa Haa'n Feir of Barglirs The Story
of an Electrician.
Buffalo, N. Y.f News.
At tho dead of night, Mr. J. B. An
thony, a wholesale grocor of Troy, N. Y.,
was awakened byhisbnrglari&larm onun
ciator, which told him that his houso
had been entered through tho roof scut
tle. Ho hastily dresses, rings for a po
liceman, hurries to tho upper story and
bears the burglar in the servants room,
threatening hor with instant death if she
made a loud noise.
Ho was captured, convicted and
sentenced to Sing Sing prison for ten
So said Mr. C. H. Westfall, the elec
trician of Westfield, N. Y., to our re
porter. "Do city residents generally use bur
"Yes, all first-class houses aro provided
with thorn and I have never had any dis
satisfaction from my customers, many of
whom aro the best known and wealthiest
people of New York, Boston, Philadelphia
and other largo cities."
"Do wealthy men havo much fear of
"As a rule, wealthy men do not keep
valuables in their house, and yet they are
not sure that they shall escape burgla
rious attacks, and they don't feel secure
without a first-class burglar alarm appa
ratus in their house. Every door, win
dow and scuttlo is connected with the
annunciator, and it is quite impossible
to effect an entrance without tho fact bo
coming at once known."
"Don't electricians run considerable
risk in handling wires?"
"Even the most careful of them some
times get a shock. A few years ago,
while I was descending stairs at
Elmira, N. Y., with a wire coil in my
hand, I felt as if I had received tho en
tire charge from tho battery. For over
a half hour I suffered tho keenest agony.
I did not know but what I had been fa
tally injured. After completing my bus
iness oiroait, I returned to Boston, and
for eighteen months did not get over tho
shock. I lost my appetite; all food
tasted alike. I coma not walk across
the common without resting several
"My head whirled, and I reeled like a
drunkon man. I consulted the best phy
sicians in a good many large cities, but
none of them seemod to understand my
case. About a year ago I was in Albany,
and a physician there stated
hat I woald probably not live
three months. But to-day,' said
Mr. Westfall, and he straightened himself
np with conscious pride, "so far as I
know, I am in perfect health. I weich
170 pounds, oat well, sleep well, feel well,
and am well. Ono of my old physicians
gave mo a thorough examination a few
weeks ago, and told mo that I was in a
perfect condition." j
"xou are a very fortunate man, but,
remarked the scribe, "to have escaped in
stant death after an elootrioal shock."
"O, it was not eleotrioity that prostrat
ed mo. It was a uremio convulsion.
For all my physicians told mo I was a
victim of a vory serious kidney disorder.
And when they and a dozen widely ad
vertized xtedioines failed to benefit mo,
waiter's safe euro restored mo to per
fect health. That preparation is invalu
able to evory grado of society, for it is a
"There is no neod of death from hand
ling electrical wires if tho operators will
exercise care. In our burglar alarm at
tachments there is no possiblo danger
from that source."
ALL HE lYAXTJSB WAS "A SQUABS DEAL."
Though a vory charitable man. as tho
orphans of this county can verify, savs
the Welcome, old Captain John Harlow
was not much of a church goer. When
lying upon his death bed ho sent for
Benton Killin, his attorney, and after
settling his worldly affairs, asked him in
a confidential tone, "Benjamin," (ho al
ways called him Benjamin) "what do
you know of this hereafter business?'
Mr. Killin has never boen obtrusive with
his theological viows, nor has ho been
prominent as a- Sabbath school superin
tendent, still, at so serious a time ho felt
that ho would have to do tho best ho
could under tho circumstances for
didn't Joo Meek onco play preachor
tain," replied the astuto attorney, giving
his opinion on tho next world something
after the style.of advising a client on a
law point, "my observation of nature,
and careful perusal of the best authori
ties on Buch subjects, lead me to believe
that a man in the next world will got a
square deal." "He will !" exclaimed the
old sea captain, rallying for a moment at
the character of the information, "then
I'm not afraid to die for all a square
man wants is a squaro deal."
Foreign Salmon Btpert.
The City of Delhi has arrived with 48,
830 cases Columbia river salmon, about
half of whioh has been sold for arrival.
She has not yet begun to discharge, so
that it is impossible to say anything re
garding the quality of the various
brands. It is considered probable tho
greater portion of tbo remainder will go
into atere, as merchants are not predis
posod to acoept the low prices now rui
ng. Another report states that at this
season there is not much demand for
salmon as a rule, but the low prices havo
induced grocers to take more into Btock
than they did at this timo last year.
some retailers are now selling at 4fd
and 5d per tin, which is certain to in
crease the consumption considerably.
uur earner remarra as to quality may do
now considerably modified, as we find
nothing this season which is better than
h8nd-packed salmon of last season, and
a large quantity of so-called best brands
is wanting in flavor, and is rather dry
and fibrous upon the palate. Liverpool
Correspondence London Grocer.
Following is a schedulo of sailing da tea
for steamers between Astoria and San
mom astosza. fbom bah f&axcisco.
10 a. m.
Oregon.. Tues Jan. 6
Colontbia...San " 11
Columbia..Mon " 26
QBeen..M,Sat " 31
Queen.. .Fri. Jan. 9
Oregon..Wed " U
Columbia. Mon" 19
Queen Sat" 21
Oreeon.Thurs " 29
Columbia TueaFeb 3
Heett'sPmalslea ef Pare Cedlilver
OH, tritk Hypepfeespklteg.
Fr Aneamla and Marasmus in
Children. Db. W. D. Gektby, Kansas,
Mo., says: "I have used Scott's Emul
sion for years, and for consumption and
anaemic patients and children with
marasmus, have found it very reliable.
Have frequently given it when patients
could retain nothing else on tbo
GLADSTONE EY1DEKTLY WORBIET-GER.
New Yobk, January 4. A cable special
from London of January 3rd says:
Tho cabinet council, which ad
journed at p. M. yesterday, not
again thi3 morning and remained in
secret session for two hours. Interest in
the result of the deliberations of tho
ministers increases hourly, particularly
because of tho extraordinary precautions
taken to prevent publicity. Xo records
are made, and tho decisions arrived at
can only be learned by closely watching
for whatever changes of policy mny be
indicated by tbo orders of the heads of
the different departments. Rumors are
current to-night of excited wranglings
and disputes on the Egyptian and other
questions, but they cannot be traced to
trustworthy sources and aro probably the
inventions of opponents of the govern
ment, wno imagine mat so proiongeu a
meeting could not have been harmonious.
On tbo other hand, the friends of tbo
government and admirers of the premier
state that their chief brought his advisers
together at this time, not so much on
account of the great necessity for
immediate consultation on the af
fairs of the nation, but because ho
felt that he personally had du
ties to perform which would admit of
no delay. Ho wished, they say, to con
voy in tho fullest manner possible, whilo
bis strength permitted, tho wholo of his
future plans to his colleagues, so that in
tho event of prolonged illness, or possi
bly death, the policy of tho liberal party,
as represented in him, would still livo and
be perpetuated in the persons of his min
isters. Gladstone left Downing street at 2 p.
m., and drovo to Euston station, where
ho boarded a spocial train for his home,
at Hawarden. Ho looked pale and caro
worn, and wearily reclined on two or
three pillows, which had boen convenient
ly placed in the saloon-carriage which he
occupied. Ho was accompanied by no
body save tho two detectives, who havo of
late been his constant attendants. Short
ly after Gladstone's departure. Earl Der
by, colonial secretary, and Richt Hon.
Joseph Chamberlain, president of tho
Doaraot trade, also let t. The other mem
bers of tho cabinent remained in con
sultation until 4 o'clock. Sir Charles
Dilko, president of tho local government
board, who has been on tho continent.
did not reach London until G o'clock, and
Earl Spencer, who had also been sum
moned, was too busy with Irish matters
to leave Dublin. Immediately on tho ad
journment of the council. Earl Granvillo,
secretary of foreign affairs, went to the
foreign office and wrote several long dis
patches to Berlin and Paris, the contents
of which, of course, have not transpired.
a. UMUCUI circles ui uaauon aro oxcueu
to-night over tho rumor that Germany
has already opened negotiations with tho
government of tho Netherlands for tho
Surcbaso of tho Dutch possessions in
few Guinea. By thi3 means she would
acquire five-sixths of tho island and ren
der her position thero practically unas
sailable, tho right of acquisition by bar-
tor being more generally accepted than
that of forcible entry. Tho schemo is
considered quite possiblo by thoso woll
informed, for it is known that Holland
wants money badly and cares little for
her unprofitable New Guinea colony.
Her rights thero if properly sifted, are,
at best, very shadowy, and German as
sistance in other directions, whero sho in
in continual troublo with her colonies,
would bo much more useful to her.
HAXXER OF RAISING TUMDS FOB TIIK PKO-
P0SED CLATSOP ROAD.
Tho impression seems to prevail in tho
minds of many that should tho county
commissioners bo ompowored, under tho
petition now in circulation, to tako steps
to aid in tho building of tho Clatsop road,
they would immediately saddlo tho coun
ty with an indebtedness of some $50,000
to be paid out of tho pockets of tho al
ready heavily burdened taxpayers inside
of tho next three or four years. As I
have, at tho request of tho commission
ers, called upon n number of our
prominent taxpa3ors with tho abovo pe
tition I am now authorized by them (tho
commissioners) to stato that such is not
and never has been their intention, but
should tho necessary authority bo placed
in thoir hands their idea is to provide for
the Clatsop road indebtedness by the
issuing of county bonds bearing interest
at six (G) per cent per annum nntil re
deemable in say from ten to twenty
J ears. The interest, of course, would
avo to bo provided for by annual taxa
tion, but it can readily bo seen, that
this would bo so light as hardly to bo no
ticeable. By tho time tho bonds mature it is
reasonablo to supposo that tho county
will bo amply justified in paying for tho
road, tho population of tho county m
all probability being then thribble what
it is now. All agree that tho Clatsop
road would be n good thing for the coun
ty and aro anxious to seo it built, but I
doubt very much if there is a single tax
payer, whether on tho petition or off of
it, who favors tho building of the Clatsop
road by immediate taxation to pay total
cost of same. It seems to mo that in a
matter of such vital importance to tho
interests of the community a thorough
understanding should exist between the
people of the county and their represen
tatives the county commissioners.
W. B. Adaib.
Astoria, Jan. Gth, 1SS5.
Before buving twine examine the
Dunbar, McMaster & Co.'s extra strong
Irish Flax Thread, No. 40. 12 ply. Jas.
O. Hanthorn, of this city, is tne sole
agent for the Pacific coast.
Fresh .Eastern and Shonl water
Constantly on hand, cooked to any style
at Frank Fabre's.
For a Neat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
AH goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Do Tou Tltinlc tbat JclT" of
Tlio Chop House
Gives you a meal for nothing, and a
glass of something to drink? "Not
much P but he gives a better meal and
more of It than any place in town for
: cents, lie miys oy uie wnoiesaio and
pays cash. "That settles it"
All tho patent medicines advertised
In this paper, together with the choicest
genumery, anaionet articles, etc can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Ocsidcn
For Dinner Parties to order, at short
Hotiee, go to Frank Fabro's.
Test Tour BaMiig Powder To-Day!
Brands adrcrtlscd as absolutely para
com U.W r rvr jojuaaomia.
Maw ft can top dewn on a hot atom nnUl
heated, then rcmovo tho corernnd imelL. A chenw
Ut will not bo required to detect tho presencu of
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Jn a million hotneafornqoarter of accnturj It
luu fctood the consumer's reliable tCht,
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Bread rateod by this yoaat Is light. white
ond wholesome like our grandmother's
CROCERS SELL THEM.
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Is closing out his entire stock of Clothing
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Largest assortment in Men's, Youtbs
and Boys' Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Rubber and Oil
Clothing, Hats and (Japs, etc., at prices
that will suit the times.
Ho will mako up tho finest and best fit
ting suit of Clothing to Order, for the
LOWEST PBICES IN TOWN.
Tako notice of tbo fact that I can supply
your crow with Cheaper and Better goods
than any other house m Uregon.
M. D.KANT, The Boss.
Does not make any second-clas3 Pic
tures at his .Now Gallery, ro. uitf, on
At Fraulc Fabro's.
Board for S22.50 a month. The best
in the city. Dinner from 5 to T.
At I. J. Arvold's
You will find a splendid stock of boots
and shoes. Ladies' and children's shoes
a specialty : All styles and sizes.
ifrs. Bryce would respectfully an
nouce to mo lames uiiisiurm uiuljjiiu is
nrcDared to do dressmaking in all its
branches at her rooms on Cass St., op
posite Odd Fellows building.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
Misses' and nursing corsets of the fa
mous Ball's make, at the Empire Ktoro.
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The increase of my business in 1884 over former years allows me to an
nounce for 1885 that I shall carry larger stocks of first-class goods in the differ
ent lines, which can bo relied upon as represented, and will be sold at the lowest
prices for tho quality offered.
Ill l Dry aM Fancy Ms
Will he found the Latest and Most Stylish Novelties.
In Gloats aid trap
Will bo found garments in Style, Cut, and
In Mens ai Boys Clotting
Will always be found New and first-class fitting goods, from a fine, satin lined
Prince Albert Dress Suit, down to a Serviceable Business Suit, for
the office, shop, or farm, to fit all shapes or weights,
from 50 to 300 pounds.
In Gent's Furnishing Goods
Will bo found a large assortment in all grades and styles.
In Hats and Caps
Will bo found the best makes, the latest styles, and best values.
In Boots and Shoes
Will bo found a large variety of hand and machine sewed, made expressly to
order by tho best eastern factories, which enables us to recommend and
rely upon the goods as to merit and value.
In Oil Clotliii, Biter Goods, Traits, Valises, ant IMrellas,
Will bo found goods at prices that defy all competition.
Solo agent for Butterlck Pattern's.
Gu H. GOOXr J3I?
Pythian Building, - - Astoria, Oregon.
CITY BOOK STORE
For Fine Stationery, School Books, Blank Books, ;
; Sheet Xuilc, Musical Instruments, Variety I
I Goods, Etc., Etc.
; Subscriptions recelied for any Periodical published at S
publishers Trices. i
I Sen- Stock ArrlYln? Daily.
GRIFFIN & REED.
$67,000,000 Capital 1
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital of $67,000 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN. Azent.
d. a. Mcintosh
Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of the best made
In Business Suits and Dress Suits.
Also the largest stock and the newest patterns In
rrench and American Cassimeres, Worsteds, Cloths,
Scotch, and English. Tweeds.
Which wilfbo made up to order in the very latest styles and at the lowest prices.
HATS in al! the Latest and Standard Shapes.
A. complete line of
Gents? Furnishing Goods.
The Leading Clothier, Hatter and Gents7 Furnisher.
til House of Astoria.
Finish to suit the tasto and purse of all
Wheeler & Kipp,
flnmta Gas ai Steam Fitters
Warranted, and Estimates Given.
Iron and Xcad. Pipe, Balk. Tubs,
"Water Closets, and Gas
Chimney Pipe, Cheaper than Brick.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Corner Squemoqua and Hamilton Streets,